I Can Make You Feel Good. By Comparison.

Thu 2nd – Sun 26th Aug 2018


“An hour of beatboxing and storytelling comedy about trying to be cool when falling in love, and other mistakes.”





Charlie Partridge


I Can Make You Feel Good, By Comparison is the hotly anticipated debut show from comedian Charlie Partridge (host of The Moth Live in London, international hit Rebel Bingo and one half of fringe hit sketch duo Robin & Partridge).

Charlie Partridge tried to be cool while falling in love. This mistake and others took him on adventure. Join Charlie for an hour of beatboxing and storytelling comedy as he takes you on an unbelievable, yet entirely true journey through unglamorous promo work, attempts to show off at music festivals and reluctant orgy attendance, all in pursuit of a happy ending.

Charlie has done stupid voices for Radio 4’s Newsjack, written for The Now Show, told improvised stories on BBC Radio 6 Music and performed on BBC Three as part of BBC Presents Edinburgh 2014 and the Javone Prince Show. Following the huge success of their 2011 Edinburgh Festival debut, Robin & Partridge were commissioned to write a series of shorts for BBC Three and BBC Comedy.

Charlie presents events for the likes of The Moth, The New Scientist, Tough Mudder, Red Bull and Facebook and has performed at music festivals including Glastonbury, Bestival, Lovebox and Secret Garden Party. He hosted and co-produced game show Rebel Bingo from its inception in a church hall in Islington to accidentally taking over the world with shows in NY, LA, Vegas and Rio and presented the Visa Improv-athlon – an absurd, mime, improvised game-show during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, which gathered 50 million views in two weeks. Charlie has written immersive shows especially for the RSC, The Roald Dahl Estate, Penguin Books and directed the world’s first virtual reality immersive theatre show ‘Virtually Dead’ which sold it out two month long London and Paris runs.

I Can Make You Feel Good, By Comparison is directed by Thom Tuck.


“A surreal, rambunctious act” The Telegraph

“A little force of nature well worth going to see” **** Broadway Baby

“Cult festival favourites” Grazia

“it’s wild; it’s colourful; it looks a little like it should be in a travelling circus” **** Edinburgh Guide

“Brilliant” **** Voice mag

Admission: £5(Free)

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